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. what's next for cyprus? with us, dan greenhouse, gary shapiro joins us, author of "ninja innovation" and larry mcdonald, head of global strategy at new edge. he's got a totally different take on this cyprus story. you said, i read your article today, you believe cyprus will be solved this weekend, the banks will reopen next week. tell me why. >> they're holding all the cards, larry. in september, five years ago it was a game of chicken. it was the biggest game of chicken all time. when the u.s. government let lehman go, it made the aig bailout ten times more expensive. >> how does this apply to the eurozone? >> if you let cyprus go, germany and the eurozone has already invested 600 billion in greece, in portugal. it weakens those economies dramatically, weakens those countries. and it also weakens italy. >> you're saying potential contagion. finally, how does it get resolved? michelle is talking about a good bank/bad bank, nobody pays on deposits up to $100,000. the bailout is 10 billion euros from the european -- ecb. the bail-in is about $6 billion euros. so greece is looking for
is the horse to be on. radian is the way you play this. this thing has got much further to run, rdn. gary in ohio, gary. >> caller: hi, jim, how are you? supervalu closed on a sale today. supervalu got an upgrade, stock upgrade and right now 40% of the stock is short. question i have, jim, does this possibly set supervalu up for a major short squeeze like what happened to vw several years ago? >> no. i don't think so. it does -- safeway's been doing very well. kroger's been doing very well. it's possible that svu does well. right now it's the revenge of the nerd time in the supermarket business. dave in california, please. dave. >> caller: boo-yah, jim. grateful greetings to cnbc's new oracle of oligopoly. >> i like that. >> caller: i was inspired by one of your callers with multiple reits in his portfolio. >> that was a great call by that guy. >> caller: i always like the reits. i followed his lead. here's my situation. i have one in retail, one in forest products and one in senior care already. what i'm looking for is who is the best in breed in commercial office space? >> best in breed
in the show. >> let us bring in charlie and director of research with ariel investments as well as gary thayer, chief macro strategist with wells fargo advisers. gary, first to you. does this change your overall view on the u.s. stock market? >> no, it doesn't really. we've seen a lot of bad news out of europe over the past couple of years and despite these periods where we get the bad news our economy is holding up very well in that period, and i think investors here in the u.s. who assume the worst-case scenarios because of what they've heard in europe haven't really been rewarded and instead it's been better to focus what good is happening here rather than the bad things that are happening in europe. >> you know, charlie, we look at banks and we're talking about the big ones in cypress and bank of cyprus popular and what about the fear for the bigger banks in europe? is there a risk to deutsche bank? is there a fear, really that all of a sudden the eu will impose these kinds of restrictions and taxes on the european banks in your mind? >> probably not, i'm russian, by the view, and we've al
is restructured. it's done a good job. buy it, keep holding on to it and buy more even. gary in new mexico. >> caller: mr. cramer, how are you doing this afternoon? >> i'm doing fine. how about you? >> caller: not too bad. my question is about home loan services solutions, hlss. pulled back a little today. >> servicing rights business is a good business. i also like a company called aquine. there are a lot of companies in the servicing right business which is good. i like them very much. i wrote a series of articles this week in money.com. let's go to jim in florida. >> caller: how about a big jim red, white and blue cramer boo-yah. >> i'm liking that boo-yah, thank you very much. >> caller: i'm looking for something in the offshore lng, hercules offshore. >> it's up very big versus the others. i'm not going to bless it here. i think the others are behind it. i'd rather pick up another one in that segment. rick in michigan. >> caller: boo-yah from grand rapids, michigan, jim. >> nice. >> caller: mx, i'm up 110%. >> you're greedy. you know what you do, cut it in half and let the rest run. t
oversight." yet eight days later, ceo vikram pandit and chief financial officer gary crittenden personally signed the sarbanes-oxley certification. they attested to the bank's financial viability and the effectiveness of its internal controls. the deficiencies cited by the comptroller of the currency were never mentioned. citi said it didn't consider the problems serious enough that they had to be disclosed to investors and says the certifications were entirely appropriate. but nine months later, citigroup would need a $45 billion bailout and $300 billion more in federal guarantees just to stay in business. >> i don't think wall street senior people really think they'll ever end up in jail, and they've been right. >> frank partnoy, the securities lawyer and expert on sarbanes-oxley law, says the facts about citigroup raise some troubling questions. >> they certainly knew the internal controls were inadequate and that the company was out of control from a reporting perspective. >> and yet they signed the sarbanes-oxley letter saying that everything was fine. >> i'm very surprised that the c
, brian! love your passat! um. listen, gary. i bought the last one. nice try. says right here you can get one for $199 a month. you can't believe the lame-stream media, gary. they're all gone. maybe i'll get one. [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. you can't have the same car as me, gary! i'm gettin' one. nope! [ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is here and there's no better time to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease one of four volkswagen models for under $200 a month. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> >>> welcome, back everybody. dsw earning 69 cents a share for the fourth quarter, three cents below estimates. revenue missing expectations. and amrisource pwurgen has struck down a 10 year deal with walgreen's. it gives walgreen's an alliance boost up to 23% stake in the drug distributor. >> welcome back. earlier this morning ryanair announcing plans to buy 175 new next generation boeing airplanes. one of ireland's wealthiest businessman. you said you don't have a plane? >> i'm rich because i don't waste money on flights. >> when
, gary. i bought the last one. nice try. says right here you can get one for $199 a month. you can't believe the lame-stream media, gary. they're all gone. maybe i'll get one. [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. you can't have the same car as me, gary! i'm gettin' one. nope! [ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is here and there's no better time to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease one of four volkswagen models for under $200 a month. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> take a look at those crowds. this is a rare site on the floor of the new york stock exchange as we're awaiting the opening of the latest ipo to debut. marin software, ticker mrin. tremendous demand for this one yet another that is offering 7.5 million to 7 and well above the range at 14. the range was 11 to 13 and right now the range on its open looks to be 18 to $20 a share. >> exciting. it's a very exciting day here. >> it's time for "six in 60." number one, ups. ups. >> it's a charitable trust. this is not fedex. it's doing better than fedex. >> johnny walke
. oliver bush from gary goldberg financial services joining us. also with us, matt mccormack from ball and gainer investment council. oliver, i'm going to start with you. you do see a correction coming in the s&p. how significant will it be and what will trigger it? >> we don't know what's going to trigger it. but saluations are certainly stretched at this point. we had 1550, 1560. that was above most people's targets for year end. you have to ask yourself there's going to be a little pullback. 4%, 5%, 6%. you've got the bank of japan, u.s. fed, ecb. everybody's adding liquidity. >> there's plenty of money. >> that doesn't mean there's no risk in the market. smart investors shouldn't try to time things but look at high quality dividend paying stocks. matt and i were talking beforehand. we both agree that's the best place to be. the thing you should be doing right now in terms of paring back risks. >> did he give away your schpiel there? >> if you look at a stock leading s&p year to date it's netflix. 14 times price to book. in cincinnati we say that's a little bit overvalued. look at d
is now up almost 90% so far this year. gary balter is the analyst. jim, who i know you know well. >> yes. >> i love the note this morning more than anything. >> i mean, he's quoting bob seeger saying i know it's late. i know you're weary. a lot of people have upgraded the stock. >> this is a night move upgrade. >> it is. but we think more of let's make it last, let's find a way. so i was thinking of seger, but this is a company that's still going against the wind. you know what i wind? >> i was going do pete seger who really wanted to date me. he's calling it a frank blake moment. i'd like to say, gary balter when blockbuster video would go to 18 cents and it exceeded 100. the management is pretty horrible and he didn't know how to install a tv. this is a -- look, he had to start coverage and who knows when he would be able to recommend it earlier, but it is a great piece. >> it is a great piece. do you agree the comparison between jolie and frank blake because those are big shoes to fill. frank blake, a doctorate in law. frank blake is generous. there will never be another frank blake.
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